2018-19 Baseball News

  • Regional playoffs and 20 wins highlight baseball season
    June 02, 2019
    It’s been nine years since the Cyclones won 20 games, 12 since they earned 10 conference wins and even more time since they were in the regional playoffs. Reaching those milestones were major highlights for the baseball team this season.
  • Cyclones end playoff run
    May 18, 2019
    The Cyclones ended their playoff run in a one-off battle with Black Hawk College, losing the effort 12-2.
  • Final inning hit
    May 17, 2019
    Coming off an exciting victory over Kankakee Community College, the Cyclones continued their playoff run against Madison College. They stayed in this game, but struggled to contain the WolfPack offense in the final innings.
  • Excitement during playoffs
    May 13, 2019
    The weather delayed and discontinued some playoff games for the Cyclones, who went 1-for-2 against Kankakee Community College this weekend and are set to continue a third game today in which they held a lead.
  • Bats come out to surge past Cavaliers
    May 13, 2019
    The Cyclones and Kankakee Community College continued their third playoff game that was suspended May 12 due to weather. Ultimately, the Cyclones won 9-7 in this high-scoring affair.
  • Big hits yield a sweep
    May 05, 2019
    Jake Peterka and Thomas Moran were the heroes thanks to key hits when the Cyclones swept Illinois Valley Community College 3-2 and 6-3.
  • Pitching controls the split
    May 03, 2019
    Pitching held the upper hand in the Cyclones’ battle with Elgin Community College. They split the effort: Moraine Valley lost the first game 2-1 before winning 1-0.
  • Too tight
    April 28, 2019
    After a decisive win on Friday, the Cyclones had too many strikeouts on offense and a few errors cost them a tight 3-2 loss to Kankakee Community College.
  • Sophomore day sees big win
    April 26, 2019
    There’s no better way to celebrate the team’s sophomores than with a big win. The Cyclones defeated the visiting Elgin Community College Spartans 13-5.
  • Cyclones hang with Eagles
    April 23, 2019
    Facing last year’s Region XI champions was no easy task, but the Cyclones put in one of their best performances all season, barely losing the first out of two games to Kirkwood Community College.
  • Scoring surge in Cyclone sweep
    April 22, 2019
    The last few games have been rough for the Cyclones, but they purged a losing stretch by sweeping the visiting Prairie State College Pioneers with 16 runs.
  • Cyclones tally more hits in loss
    April 20, 2019
    After a brutal outing against McHenry County College yesterday, the two faced off again. Although the Cyclones lost the doubleheader, they were able to plate more runners.
  • Pains at the plate
    April 19, 2019
    The Cyclones struggled to contain the high-powered offense of McHenry County College while have a dry spell of their own at the plate, taking a rough 16-0 loss.
  • A few runs short
    April 18, 2019
    The Cyclones had the hits but couldn’t string together enough runs to surpass Madison Area Technical College in their doubleheader.
  • Cyclones break out the broom
    April 13, 2019
    In their second consecutive day facing Waubonsee Community College in a doubleheader, the Cyclones made sure to sweep the Chiefs, winning 3-1 and 12-8.
  • Big-hitting day falls short
    April 12, 2019
    Despite racking up 10 hits, the Cyclones struggled to capitalize on baserunners in their 7-4 loss to Waubonsee Community College.
  • Wrong end of the win
    April 09, 2019
    In a game that had scores more in line with football, the Cyclones went back and forth with Prairie State College, ending on the wrong end of the finale, losing 13-12.
  • Cyclones drop two to Lancers
    April 06, 2019
    The Cyclones faced College of Lake County again, and despite strong pitching by Timothy Dobrik and big hits from Kyel Alexander, they dropped two more to the Lancers.
  • Moran and Curtis hit big in Cyclone loss
    April 05, 2019
    Thomas Moran and William Curtis were the big hitters for the Cyclones in this game. However, once their team fell behind to College of Lake County, they struggled to bounce back, losing 9-5.
  • Three-game skid
    April 02, 2019
    An altered lineup and continued cold offense couldn’t contain the Joliet Junior College Wolves on a windy day in the Cyclones’ 13-2 loss.
  • Cyclones stunted by Owls
    April 01, 2019
    A roughed-up defense and stunted offense hurt the Cyclones as they were swept by conference rival Oakton Community College.
  • Cyclone offense on fire
    March 30, 2019
    Moraine Valley and Morton College met again in a doubleheader taking two more wins—7-1 and 12-5.
  • Offense saves the day
    March 29, 2019
    The Cyclones saw the ball well today in their single game matchup with Morton College, winning 8-5.
  • Cyclones split with Braves
    March 27, 2019
    The Cyclones earned a split with Black Hawk College, winning the first one 6-4 before the 5-3 loss.
  • Phillip Hyland, walk-off winner
    March 22, 2019
    Phillip Hyland was the walk-off hero for the Cyclones March 22 as they won 7-6 over Oakton Community College in extra innings.
  • Big offensive innings help Cyclones surge past Wolves
    March 21, 2019
    The Cyclones earned a nice team win over region rival Joliet Junior College thanks to some big offensive innings.
  • Cyclones struggle against Cavaliers
    March 19, 2019
    Sometimes you can be your own worst enemy. That’s what happened in the Cyclones’ 14-4 loss to Kankakee Community College.
  • Offense stars in Cyclone sweep of Eagles
    March 17, 2019
    Between cancellations and postponed games due to weather, the Cyclones were able to squeeze in a sweep of Robert Morris University JV in a doubleheader (March 16) in an offensive barrage.
  • Cyclones fall short to Trojans
    March 09, 2019
    The Cyclones were able to get outside yesterday and face a tough Triton College team, falling short in the 9-5 effort.
  • Cyclones lose doubleheader to nationally ranked Warriors
    March 02, 2019
    The Cyclones were ready to see how they stack up March 1 when they faced the No. 17 team in NJCAA Division I, Wabash Valley College. However, the Warriors’ high-powered offense proved too much for the Cyclones as they lost the doubleheader.
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